I would like to find solution for task, where I am searching for specific email in outlook. (inbox folder). Currently I search for email acording to Exact Subject name and Folder where the email is located. If I dont look for exact subject name, then the email is not found.
How can I apply solution which will find me and email without telling exact subject name. For example, I want email with subject name: Report_XYZ_21.9.2018 , but I want to search without the date, like this: Report_XYZ*
Most likely you are missing references and "using" statements. Please see the reply below on this page with details. In the newest versions of Runtime/Studio some libraries containing "OpenSpan" may be renamed to contain "Pega" instead.
If it still doesn't work - please post compilation errors here.
Posted: 2 years ago
Posted: 31 Oct 2019 13:54 EDT
Varun Kumar Kandimalla (VarunKumarK0034)
Thanks you for your example. I'm new to learning Pega and Openspan and it has been a while since I wrote sofware in Java so my question may be silly. However, I tried your code example and there's a missing namepace declearation. I tried several different ones to try to get your code to compile and I also tried adding different assemblies to the IDE. Could you please tell me what is missing in the namespaces to get your software to compile and run. This is exactly the kind of thing I'm trying to use to learn Pega and see how our team may use the system more.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 26 Jun 2019 5:45 EDT
Konstantin Serditov (Konstantin Serditov)
Please check that you have the following "using" statements:
You also need to add the following project references:
Both DLLs are in Robotics Studio (Plugin) installation folder.
Don't forget to rebuild after that.
If it still doesn't work, please post error messages/screenshots here.